ALGAE AND MICRO-ALGAE

Algae is an informal term for a large and diverse group of photosynthetic eukaryotic organisms. While no definition of algae is generally accepted, we classify them as microorganisms, and we believe they present enormous potential for a green sustainable future.

ORGANIC WASTE NUTRIENTS

Algae can grow in a variety of environments–including man-made ponds, brackish water and wastewater. We capitalise on this characteristic of algae which allows us to incorporate it with our waste-to-nutrient management systems, creating value from organic waste.

CARBON NEUTRAL

Algae and micro algae have a significant ability to convert atmospheric CO2 to useful products such as carbohydrates, lipids, and other bioactive metabolites. Since algae needs carbon dioxide to grow, it takes greenhouse gases out of the atmosphere, making it nearly carbon-neutral.

Bio Ark have focused on integrating the potential of algae with our microbiological ecosystems to produce :

• Enhanced Fertiliser Inputs 
• High Protein and Lipid Feedstock 
• Carbon Capture and Sequestration

ALGAE AND MICRO ALGAE

Algae is an informal term for a large and diverse group of photosynthetic eukaryotic organisms. While no definition of algae is generally accepted, we classify them as microorganisms, and we believe they present enormous potential for a green sustainable future.

ORGANIC WASTE NUTRIENTS

Algae can grow in a variety of environments–including man-made ponds, brackish water and wastewater. We capitalise on this characteristic of algae which allows us to incorporate it with our waste-to-nutrient management systems, creating value from organic waste.

CARBON NEUTRAL

Algae and micro algae have a significant ability to convert atmospheric CO2 to useful products such as carbohydrates, lipids, and other bioactive metabolites. Since algae needs carbon dioxide to grow, it takes greenhouse gases out of the atmosphere, making it nearly carbon-neutral.

Bio Ark have focused on integrating the potential of algae with our microbiological ecosystems to produce :

• Enhanced Fertiliser Inputs
• High Protein and Lipid Feedstock
• Carbon Capture and Sequestration

Algae is an informal term for a large and diverse group of photosynthetic eukaryotic organisms. While no definition of algae is generally accepted, we classify them as microorganisms, and we believe they present enormous potential for a green sustainable future.

ALGAE AND MICRO ALGAE

CARBON NEUTRAL

Algae and micro algae have a significant ability to convert atmospheric CO2 to useful products such as carbohydrates, lipids, and other bioactive metabolites. Since algae needs carbon dioxide to grow, it takes greenhouse gases out of the atmosphere, making it nearly carbon-neutral.

Bio Ark have focused on integrating the potential of algae with our microbiological ecosystems to produce :

• Enhanced Fertiliser Inputs
• High Protein and Lipid Feedstock
• Carbon Capture and Carbon Dioxide Sequestration

ORGANIC WASTE NUTRIENTS

Algae can grow in a variety of environments–including man-made ponds, brackish water and wastewater. We capitalise on this characteristic of algae which allows us to incorporate it with our waste-to-nutrient management systems, creating value from organic waste.